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Monthly Archives: July 2017

Old Dominion Headlines Hot Entertainment Line-Up at Grays Harbor County Fair

Written on July 14, 2017 at 4:14 pm, by

The Grays Harbor County Fair is nearly here. Oh, the food, the fun, the festivities! Carnival rides and games, that unique and blissful “fair food” and the hometown entertainment, as well as livestock and home crafts—could it get any better? Yes! And it does. As always, there’s world class music coming to the Grays Harbor  Continue Reading »

Searching For Sasquatch in Grays Harbor County

Written on July 7, 2017 at 7:22 pm, by

  Shrouded in mystery and lore, the legendary Sasquatch is said to be lurking in the remote forests around Grays Harbor. Out the dense, primeval woods of the Olympic Peninsula where few people venture each year, the mythical, ape-like creature is said to be living, occasionally sighted by visitors and locals alike. Nearly everyone in  Continue Reading »

Pig Tails & Country Trails at the 2017 GHC Fair

Written on July 7, 2017 at 7:17 pm, by

2016 CMA NOMINEE OLD DOMINION HEADLINES FIVE DAYS OF ENTERTAINMENT   ELMA, WA – June 30, 2017 – The Grays Harbor County Fair is a summer tradition, and this year’s event offers five days of music, food, animals, exhibits and family fun Aug. 9-13 at the fairgrounds in Elma.   It’s a real old-fashioned summer  Continue Reading »

Experience the Towns and Beaches of Northern Grays Harbor this Summer

Written on July 7, 2017 at 7:15 pm, by

  It’s summertime and the living is easy. We in Washington are blessed with miles and miles of beautiful, pristine beaches. But, how to decide which ones to visit? For truly supreme and secluded coastline, take a trip to the North Beach area of Grays Harbor. While this entire area offers fantastic vistas, great razor  Continue Reading »

Rediscovering the Quinault Rainforest

Written on July 7, 2017 at 7:13 pm, by

  It is a silly thing to do, having to choose your favorite local rainforest. Yet for residents and visitors to the Olympic Peninsula, it is a common struggle. Picking between the Hoh, the Queets, the Bogachiel and the Quinault is like choosing a favorite child. But when deciding where to go on a weekend  Continue Reading »